In nurturing a community in which everyone feels they belong, applying an equity, diversity and inclusion lens to research is critically important.
“I seek to become a new healer, bridging the traditional knowledge of my community with the knowledge pioneered by investigating glucose metabolism.”
In December of last year, the renowned Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico collapsed.
The School of Computing received more than $1.4 million to launch a new graduate-level degree and course certificates.
University Neighborhood Partners’ innovative approach to capturing the impact of its work.
A first-of-its-kind study found that evolutionary history has the strongest influence in both wild and captive woodrats’ microbiomes.
The longest continuously monitored methane emissions record shows how market forces and oilfield practices can impact greenhouse gas emissions.
U engineers develop a process that turns ordinary clothing into biosensors that measures a muscle’s electrical activity as it is worn.
Understanding geographic distribution, ancestry of disease could help identify people who are at risk.
It isn’t just access to healthy food that shapes diets, but also people’s relationships to food.